Nadia Paraskevoudi

PhD student
Nadia Paraskevoudi

Education
2015-2017 M.Sc. in Cognitive Science, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

2010-2014 B.A. in German Language and Literature, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Research experience

03/2018 -
Research Assistant at BrainLab – Cognitive Neuroscience Research Group, University of Barcelona, Spain
Research line Predictive processes in Motor-Sensory interactions

2016 – 2017
Researcher at Multisensory and Temporal Processing Lab (Supervisor: Dr. Argiro Vatakis), National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

During my graduate studies, I have been working on the field of temporal and multisensory processing, mainly focusing on rhythm perception. My current research interests focus on the interplay between sensory attenuation and the perceptual changes for predictable, self-generated stimuli. Specifically, I am interested in examining how we perceive the stimuli generated by our own actions and whether the neural suppression reported in previous studies is also linked to alterations in the perceptual sensitivity for these stimuli.